Your Safety Library


If you are new to the library – see below

As your agent, we are committed to providing vitally important support in helping keep your employees and workplace safe. As a result, we have provided you with access to a comprehensive safety library which includes a full range of easy-to-understand safety guidelines and tools to keep your company safe and compliant, all developed and maintained by expert attorneys. Your safety library includes information on the following key areas:

  • How to comply with OSHA standards, including the Hazard Communication Standard
  • Emergency Action Plans, and best practices for evacuations
  • Developing a Business Continuity Plan
  • Cybersecurity, including how to prevent damage from a cyber attack
  • Worker health, including how to prevent slips, trips, and falls
  • Interactive tools, including an Emergency Action Plan Generator

Your Safety Library — Key Sections Snapshot

Your site includes over 1,000 pages of guidelines, tools, and forms. Sections include:

Safety 101

  • Entities covered by OSHA
  • How to comply with OSHA requirements
  • How to develop a safety plan


  • Emergency Action Plan coverage and requirements
  • Best practices for workplace evacuations
  • How to develop a Business Continuity Plan

Special Industries

  • Restaurant Industry Safety: Food preparation, cooking, and cleaning safety
  • Construction Industry Safety: Hazard communication standards specific to the construction industry; fall hazards and prevention; and worker personal protective equipment
  • Health Care Industry Safety: Safety hazards and prevention methods for medical and dental offices, including blood and bloodborne pathogens, MRSA outbreaks, and slip, trip, and fall hazards
  • Hospitality Industry Safety: Safety responsibilities of hoteliers; cleaning employee safety; and how to prevent overexertion injuries, slips, and falls
  • Trucking Industry Safety: Driver qualification requirements; driver hours of service restrictions; and accident reporting and recordkeeping requirements

Hazardous Substances

  • OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard
  • Permissible exposure limits for certain highly regulated substances
  • How to use personal protective equipment to prevent exposure to hazardous substances


  • How to secure an internal network
  • How to develop an email usage policy
  • How to train employees to prevent damage from cyberattacks

Worker Health

  • How to prevent the most common slips, trips, and falls that occur in the workplace
  • Protecting employees from heat stress
  • Regulations on wellness programs

Worker Health

  • State OSHA requirements
  • Workers’ compensation laws
  • Required posters
  • Meal & rest break regulations
  • Child labor laws

Contact your Solutions Insurance agent for your ID and Password – or Click the Link to send us a message.